Mets Trade Amsterdam

17-19 November 2020  Cancelled

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www.metstrade.com

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The location

Amsterdam RAI, the Netherlands

Mets Trade Amsterdam

The METSTRADE show, in Amsterdam RAI, is the only international B2B exhibition for the marine leisure industry. It’s the perfect place to forge profitable relationships and it showcases new product launches by 1,400+ exhibitors from over 40 countries. METSTRADE show combines new products, seminars and unrivaled networking opportunities for visitors to connect across countries, technologies and industry sectors.

The SuperYacht Pavilion

The SuperYacht Pavilion (SYP) at each bustling annual METS event is a destination in its own right. With its own dedicated hall, and associated educational and social networking programmes, the SYP is far more than an exhibition – it’s a superyacht experience.

I Amsterdam

The Marine Equipment Trade Show (METS TRADE) is the world’s largest trade show of the international marine leisure industry. This a show close to our hearts, nestled in the heart of our very own home city of Amsterdam! The show is held in RAI, an impressive event center located in the south of the city.

Whether you’re based in the lively de Pijp neighbourhood, or the upmarket streets of Oud Zuid, Amsterdam always acts as a great host to METS TRADE attendees! As we’re based in and around the city, we know a bunch of great places to stay and visit, and our Amsterdam leisure guide is packed full of insider tips and tricks to getting the most from your time here.

Over the years we’ve had the pleasure of watching METS TRADE grow and grow, and it’s a great feeling to see every single person in the industry working in the unique business-to-business approach of the show. With a large pavillion where the big builders boast their biggest and best superyachts as well as an array of fantastic events and seminars, the METS is an excellent opportunity to keep your network updated.

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